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controller provide a more broad summary of all of the reserves and the set asides when the committee goes to five members. [speaker not understood] the kind of rules and policies regarding all of these reserves. since the financial policies were in effect a couple of years ago, we really have made a tremendous amount of progress in establishing reserves that have been looked upon very favorably by the rating agencies and though more importantly we will have money available in the next downturn that will keep us on a more steady footing in terms of how much money and it will prevent big cuts and layoffs. so, i'm available to answer any additional questions and we will definitely be with you on a weekly basis and provide you with updates as they occur. >> thank you. colleagues, any further questions? thank you very much, ms. zamuda. and ms. howard, i know you
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spoke earlier. we asked you about the kind of impact on everything on the budget outlook. is there anything else you wanted to add at this point? >> the thing that i would is add, supervisor, it is early and given the significant, the significant structure issue with the department of public health, that will likely have a more effect on our overal deficit projection than this smaller good news. * overall because that issue is not a -- not only a current year issue. it's an issue that is structural and is embedded in the department's budget. so, i guess i would say it's modest good news but let's not take our eye off the ball. bigger issues at the department of public health. >> okay, thank you very much. colleagues, any further questions? all right.
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with that, much appreciated. like to open up item number 11 up to public comment before we continue this. any members of the public wish to comment on item number 11? seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, if we could continue item number 11 to the call of the chair. we can do that without opposition. mr. clerk, can you please call item number 12? >> item number 12, hearing to consider and approve proposed board of supervisors budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 and fiscal year 2014-2015. >> thank you. and we have ms. angela [speaker not understood] from our clerk's office. >> thank you, mr. wrung. -- young. [speaker not understood]. i'm here today with deborah landis, the admin deputy, [speaker not understood] youth commission director and don duran from the sf appeals board. on friday the 30th we presented to the board of supervisors
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fiscal year 2013-14, 14-15 draft budget based upon the budget instructions this committee provided in december. and today before you is the department's proposed budget which should you approve will be submitted to the mayor and the controller's offices on thursday, february 21st, which will be before you for further consideration in june. since the january 30th hearing, there are no changes to report to our department's budget. as a reminder, the draft budget proposal, the operating budget totals 12.9 million for fiscal year 13-14. i'll put a slide up to show the public watching at home. and for fiscal year 13-14, 13.2 million dollar budget and for fiscal year 14-15, these are compared to a current year budget of 12.4 million and a base of 13-14 million. we're happy to review the details in-depth. i want to quickly mention one
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anticipated change for the june presentation. it's been 14 years since we've moved into city hall and naturally we are beginning to see some furnishings and furniture begin to show wear and tear essentially. it should only increase in the next couple of years. operations division provides a deep cleaning service to supervisors when they are moving offices, it does not take care of the wear and tear. [speaker not understood] in city hall will naturally coordinate with building management to understand their plans for maintaining the building's historic standards. but whether it's in their budget or in our budget, the line item mechanism covering these costs and our needs will have to be identified. at this time we're happy to take any questions that you may have. >> do we have an estimate of what the line item would be for any kind of maintenance like that? >> not at this time, supervisor
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avalos. certainly as we're working through those issues can provide that to the committee, to all of the supervisors. >> great, thank you. >> you're welcome. >> colleagues, any further questions? okay. at this point like to open up to public comment. are there any members of the public who wish to comment on item number 12? seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues? >> thank you. we can forward to the mayor's office for consideration for the budget. >> that's correct. >> and i am supportive of actually the youth commission having the full staffing that we haven't had in a number of years. and i think that all of our offices have really benefited from the great work of the youth commission over the past few years and i think having the flexibility with better staffing would be helpful. >> thank you. >> okay. so, we can make a motion to send this to the mayor's office? >> yes.
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>> so moved. >> okay. we can do that without opposition. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. mr. clerk, do we have any other items? >> that completes the agenda. >> thank you. we are adjourned. [adjourned]
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February 13, 2013 11:30pm-12:00am PST

TOPIC FREQUENCY Ms. Zamuda 1, Ms. Howard 1, Us 1, Ms. Angela 1, Mr. Wrung 1, Don Duran 1, Avalos 1, Deborah Landis 1
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